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(Reuters) - A bomb blast rocked the center of the Turkish capital Ankara on Tuesday and some media reports said two people were killed, while a local mayor said nobody was dead but three people were seriously wounded.
Police were not immediately available for comment, but a TV station reported that the explosion had occurred in a minibus.
Television images showed several parked cars ablaze in front of a local state authority's offices, while a plume of thick smoke rose over the area.
Originally posted by DerbyCityLights
Wow, it sure didn't take long for Israel to be thrown into the lame blame game.
Originally posted by daaskapital
My money is on Mossad. Mossad are one of the key suspects imo, mainly due to the theme that no one #s with Israel. Israels are the radical bunch that believe they can do anything and get away with doing what they want.
Originally posted by fooks
reply to post by Revolution9
ya but who can blame them?
they are being openly threatened every day!
it's a wonder they haven't wiped every one out.
Originally posted by TheComte
reply to post by mike_trivisonno
The current Turkish government headed by Ergodan is in fact much more Islamic than any previous government. He is taking Turkey far away from the secularism that was Ataturk's legacy. For this reason I doubt it is Islamic terrorists that did this.
Recent tensions between Turkey and Israel would cause me to speculate that Mossad may have had a part in it.